for people who have experienced suicidal thoughts or non-fatal suicide.

Heads On is the charity for Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (SPFT), delivering projects to enhance NHS mental health care. Our approach is simple - to do everything we can to help make things better for the people who come to SPFT for help.

We are currently working with SPFT's Suicide Prevention team, on a range of projects that will support SPFT's Towards Zero Suicide strategy; both raising awareness of mental health and suicide prevention in our local communities and developing projects that make a real contribution to reducing suicide in South East England.

Your response to this survey will be used to develop new initiatives that will help prevent suicide in Sussex. You can complete the survey anonymously. 

We know that talking about suicide can be difficult, if at any point you are finding it hard to complete this survey please stop.

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Hope Line UK 0800 068 41 41
Sussex Mental Healthline 0300 5000 101

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* 1. Background Information

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* 2. Your mental health history:
Prior to your mental health crisis, had you experienced mental health problems before?

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* 3. Your experience of suicide
At the time of your mental health crisis, could you tell us:

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* 4. At the time of your mental health crisis, who did you talk to about how you were feeling?

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* 5. At the time of your mental health crisis, did you seek / receive professional help and support for your mental health difficulties?

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* 6. At the time of your mental health crisis, what made the most difference to your recovery? E.g. was it professional help, support from a friend or family member, or something else?

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* 7. At the time of your mental health crisis were you aware of any suicide prevention messages or campaigns? Please tell us what they were?

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* 8. What can be done differently? 

Based on your experience, what would have encouraged you to seek help earlier?

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* 9. What would you have liked that help to look like?

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* 10. What do you think could be effective in preventing suicide? this could include awareness raising campaigns, mental health messages, recovery courses, signposting etc

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